Attendees at 24th EU Photovoltaic Solar Energy Conference fret about capacity and rush into the arms of crystalline silicon

At last week's 24th European Photovoltaic Solar Energy Conference and Exhibition (PVSEC) in Hamburg, Germany the mood was decidedly somber. Several companies, with different technologies representing all segments of the solar value chain, told us that despite the significant uptick in demand over th...

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